FUNCTIONAL NEUROCHEMISTRY PROGRAM CREDIT APPROVALS (15 hours per module):
For state CE credit, passing exams is required for all attendance types except live. See latest updates HERE.
- Chiropractic state licensure continuing education (CE) credits through NUHS. Guidelines on receiving state license credits through onsite attendance, livestream attendance, and watching the module after the event date (“recorded replays”) vary from state to state. It is your responsibility to know your state’s CE rules in regard to on-site, live-streaming and recorded replay educational programs before enrolling in the Functional Neurochemistry Program.
- Licensed Acupuncturist state licensure continuing education (CE) credits through NUHS. It is your responsibility to know your state’s CE rules in regard to live on-site educational programs before enrolling in the Functional Neurochemistry Program.
- IBFN Fellowship through the International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation (IAFNR). The International Board of Functional Neurology (IBFN) Fellowship is awarded to licensed practitioners in multiple disciplines (not just chiropractic), including DC, ND, MD, DO, LAc, PT, FNP, RN, etc. Participants who complete 300 hours of the Functional Neurochemistry Program (watch all material and pass all exams) will be eligible to sit for the IBFN Fellowship examination.
- NUHS hours toward the ACNB Diplomate board exams: The bylaws of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (ACNB) state the following: “The applicant must show evidence of having successfully completed a post doctoral program in neurology of three hundred (300) credit hours from a chiropractic college, university, institution, foundation or agency whose program is approved by the continuing education committee of the Commission for the Accreditation of Graduate Education in Neurology (CAGEN).” The Functional Neurochemistry Program is recognized by National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) to fulfill CAGEN requirements.